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[texts]Messenger (1982) (Volume Vol. 131: No. 1-12) - Thomasson, Kermon R., 1936-
Messenger is the official magazine of the Church of the Brethren. It traces its beginnings to The Gospel Visitor, founded by Henry Kurtz in April 1851, in Poland, OH.
Keywords: Church of the Brethren--Periodicals
Downloads: 1,362
[texts]Gospel Messenger, The (1942) (Volume Vol. 91 No. 1-52) - Frantz, Edward, 1868-1962
The Primitive Christian and The Brethren at Work consolidated into The Gospel Messenger in 1883 and became the official paper of the Church of the Brethren. The Gospel Messenger became The Messenger in 1965, and continues to be published by Brethren Press.
Downloads: 731
[texts]Gospel Messenger, The (1943) (Volume Vol. 92 No. 1-52) - Frantz, Edward, 1868-1962
The Primitive Christian and The Brethren at Work consolidated into The Gospel Messenger in 1883 and became the official paper of the Church of the Brethren. The Gospel Messenger became The Messenger in 1965, and continues to be published by Brethren Press.
Downloads: 701
[texts]Ashland Theological Journal (2005 - 2010) (Volume Vol. 37- Vol 42) - Baker, David W.
The Ashland Theological Bulletin is the voice of Ashland Theological Seminary. It's intent is to scholarly works, reviews and other essays of the Seminary faculty.
Keywords: Theology--Periodicals
Downloads: 1,436
[texts]Messenger (1985) (Volume Vol. 134: No. 1-12) - Thomasson, Kermon R., 1936-
Messenger is the official magazine of the Church of the Brethren. It traces its beginnings to The Gospel Visitor, founded by Henry Kurtz in April 1851, in Poland, OH.
Keywords: Church of the Brethren--Periodicals
Downloads: 1,101
[texts]Messenger (1992) (Volume Vol. 141: No. 1-11) - Thomasson, Kermon R., 1936-
Messenger is the official magazine of the Church of the Brethren. It traces its beginnings to The Gospel Visitor, founded by Henry Kurtz in April 1851, in Poland, OH.
Keywords: Church of the Brethren--Periodicals
Downloads: 1,552
[texts]History of the Church of the Brethren of the Western District of Pennsylvania - Blough, Jerome E., 1861-
"Biographies": p. [303]-570
Keywords: Church of the Brethren. Districts. Western Pennsylvania
Downloads: 7,116
[texts]Brethren Missionary Herald, The (1954) (Volume Vol. 16: No. 1-52) - Kriegbaum, Arnold R.
The Brethren Missionary Herald was the magazine for the Fellowship of Grace Brethren Churches. Published from 1940 until 1996, it provided information about the national organizations of the fellowship, including foreign missions, home missions, Christian education, women's ministries, and Grace College and Seminary.
Keywords: National Fellowship of Brethren Churches--Missions--Periodicals; Fellowship of Grace Brethren Churches--Periodicals
Downloads: 1,272
[texts]Weekly Pilgrim (1874) (Volume Vol. 5 : No. 1-50) - Brumbaugh, H. B. (Henry Boyer), 1836-1919 ; Brumbaugh, J.B.
The Weekly-Pilgrim was first published as an 8-page publication in 1872 and was formally known as The Pilgrim. The Pilgrim was briefly renamed in January 1872 where it then returned to its original name in 1875. Edited and published in James Creek, PA by the Brumbaugh Bros., it was a publication that revealed their views of the Brethren policies.
Keywords: German Baptist Brethren (U.S.)--Periodicals
Downloads: 1,622
[texts]Gospel Messenger, The (1946) (Volume Vol. 95 No. 1-51) - Bittinger, Desmond W., 1905-1991
The Primitive Christian and The Brethren at Work consolidated into The Gospel Messenger in 1883 and became the official paper of the Church of the Brethren. The Gospel Messenger became The Messenger in 1965, and continues to be published by Brethren Press.
Downloads: 599
[texts]A brief history of Lancaster County - Clare, Israel Smith, 1847-1924.

Downloads: 6,566
[texts]Brethren Evangelist, The (1971) (Volume Vol. 93 : No. 1-25) - Schuster, George.

Keywords: Church of the Brethren--Periodicals
Downloads: 1,517
[texts]Messenger (1965) (Volume Vol. 114: No. 1-26) - Morse, Kenneth I., 1913-1999
Messenger is the official magazine of the Church of the Brethren. It traces its beginnings to The Gospel Visitor, founded by Henry Kurtz in April 1851, in Poland, OH.
Keywords: Church of the Brethren--Periodicals
Downloads: 1,408
[texts]Gospel Messenger, The (1930) (Volume Vol. 79 No. 1-52) - Frantz, Edward, 1868-1962
The Primitive Christian and The Brethren at Work consolidated into The Gospel Messenger in 1883 and became the official paper of the Church of the Brethren. The Gospel Messenger became The Messenger in 1965, and continues to be published by Brethren Press.
Downloads: 712
[texts]Missionary Visitor, The (1912) (Volume Vol. XIV: No.1-12) - Brethren's General Mission Board

Keywords: Church of the Brethren Priodicals; Church of the Brethren- Missions
Downloads: 848
[texts]Messenger (1998) (Volume Vol. 147 No. 1-11) - Farrar, Fletcher
Messenger is the official magazine of the Church of the Brethren. It traces its beginnings to The Gospel Visitor, founded by Henry Kurtz in April 1851, in Poland, OH.
Keywords: Church of the Brethren--Periodicals
Downloads: 3,033
[texts]Messenger (2000) (Volume Vol. 149 No. 1-11) - Farrar, Fletcher
Messenger is the official magazine of the Church of the Brethren. It traces its beginnings to The Gospel Visitor, founded by Henry Kurtz in April 1851, in Poland, OH.
Keywords: Church of the Brethren--Periodicals
Downloads: 2,226
[texts]Gospel Messenger, The (1951) (Volume Vol. 100 No. 1-52) - Morse, Kenneth I., 1913-1999
The Primitive Christian and The Brethren at Work consolidated into The Gospel Messenger in 1883 and became the official paper of the Church of the Brethren. The Gospel Messenger became The Messenger in 1965, and continues to be published by Brethren Press.
Downloads: 596
[texts]Messenger (1994) (Volume Vol. 143: No. 1-11) - Thomasson, Kermon R., 1936-
Messenger is the official magazine of the Church of the Brethren. It traces its beginnings to The Gospel Visitor, founded by Henry Kurtz in April 1851, in Poland, OH.
Keywords: Church of the Brethren--Periodicals
Downloads: 1,569
[texts]Messenger (1968) (Volume Vol. 117: No. 1-26) - Morse, Kenneth I., 1913-1999
Messenger is the official magazine of the Church of the Brethren. It traces its beginnings to The Gospel Visitor, founded by Henry Kurtz in April 1851, in Poland, OH.
Keywords: Church of the Brethren--Periodicals
Downloads: 1,145
[texts]Brethren Missionary Herald, The (1995) (Volume Vol. 57: No. 1-9) - Carroll, Jeff
The Brethren Missionary Herald is the denominational jounal of the Fellowship of Grace Brethren Churches. It's intent is to provide information about foreign and home missions for the denomination.
Keywords: National Fellowship of Brethren Churches--Missions--Periodicals; Fellowship of Grace Brethren Churches--Periodicals
Downloads: 1,950
[texts]Bible Monitor (1942) (Volume 20) - Editor: Lawrence Wintrode Berry 1900-1989.
In Oct. 1922, a twenty-page monthly publication, The Bible Monitor, was begun at Poplar Bluff, MO, with B. E. Kesler as editor. It was intended to make the membership of the Church of the Brethren aware of the teachings and practices that were being tolerated by the church. When the Dunkard Brethren Church was established in 1926, the Bible Monitor became its official periodical and it continues being published as of 2011.
Keywords: Dunkard Brethren--Periodicals
Downloads: 407
[texts]Conestogan (Volume 1983) - Elizabethtown College
The Elizabethtown College yearbook was known as the Etonian from 1922-1950; then changed its name to the Conestogan in 1951. No yearbook was published in 1929, or for the 1941-1942 academic year.
Keywords: Elizabethtown College yearbook
Downloads: 547
[texts]Christian Family Companion (1873) (Volume Vol. 9) - Holsinger, H. R. (Henry R.), 1833-1905
Christian Family Companion is the second Brethren paper to be published. It began, as a weekly paper Jan. 3, 1865, edited and published by Henry R. Holsinger at Tyrone, PA. The paper was purchased by James Quinter and merged with The Gospel Visitor and on Jan. 1876 to became The Primitive Christian.
Keywords: German Baptist Brethren (U.S.)
Downloads: 560
[texts]Messenger (1997) (Volume Vol. 146 No. 1-11) - Thomasson, Kermon R., 1936-
Messenger is the official magazine of the Church of the Brethren. It traces its beginnings to The Gospel Visitor, founded by Henry Kurtz in April 1851, in Poland, OH.
Keywords: Church of the Brethren--Periodicals
Downloads: 2,395
[texts]The Church of the Brethren (Dunkers) in Lebanon County - Francis, J.G.

Downloads: 3,058
[texts]Brethren Evangelist, The (1959) (Volume Vol. 81 : No. 1-50) - Benshoff, William St. Clair, 1914-1991
missing no. 45 (Conference Minutes of the Brethren Church)
Keywords: Church of the Brethren--Periodicals
Downloads: 1,196
[texts]Brethren Evangelist, The (1972) (Volume Vol. 94 : No. 1-25) - Schuster, George.

Keywords: Church of the Brethren--Periodicals
Downloads: 1,404
[texts]Messenger (1967) (Volume Vol. 116: No. 1-26) - Morse, Kenneth I., 1913-1999
Messenger is the official magazine of the Church of the Brethren. It traces its beginnings to The Gospel Visitor, founded by Henry Kurtz in April 1851, in Poland, OH.
Keywords: Church of the Brethren--Periodicals
Downloads: 975
[texts]Messenger (1984) (Volume Vol. 133: No. 1-12) - Thomasson, Kermon R., 1936-
Messenger is the official magazine of the Church of the Brethren. It traces its beginnings to The Gospel Visitor, founded by Henry Kurtz in April 1851, in Poland, OH.
Keywords: Church of the Brethren--Periodicals
Downloads: 766
[texts]Gospel Messenger, The (1893) (Volume Vol. 31 No. 1-50) - Miller, D.L. (Daniel Long), 1841-1921; Moore, J.H. (John Henry), 1846-1935; Brumbaugh, H.B. (Henry Boyer), 1936-1919
The Primitive Christian and The Brethren at Work consolidated into The Gospel Messenger in 1883 and became the official paper of the Church of the Brethren. The Gospel Messenger became The Messenger in 1965, and continues to be published by Brethren Press.
Downloads: 764
[texts]Brethren Evangelist, The (1986) (Volume 108) - Brethren Church, Ashland, Ohio

Keywords: Brethren Church (Ashland Group)--Periodicals
Downloads: 1,205
[texts]Conestogan (Volume 1976) - Elizabethtown College
The Elizabethtown College yearbook was known as the Etonian from 1922-1950; then changed its name to the Conestogan in 1951. No yearbook was published in 1929, or for the 1941-1942 academic year.
Keywords: Elizabethtown College yearbook
Downloads: 697
[texts]Gospel Messenger, The (1953) (Volume Vol. 102 No. 1-51) - Morse, Kenneth I., 1913-1999
The Primitive Christian and The Brethren at Work consolidated into The Gospel Messenger in 1883 and became the official paper of the Church of the Brethren. The Gospel Messenger became The Messenger in 1965, and continues to be published by Brethren Press.
Downloads: 353
[texts]Messenger (1993) (Volume Vol. 142: No. 1-11) - Thomasson, Kermon R., 1936-
Messenger is the official magazine of the Church of the Brethren. It traces its beginnings to The Gospel Visitor, founded by Henry Kurtz in April 1851, in Poland, OH.
Keywords: Church of the Brethren--Periodicals
Downloads: 1,375
[texts]Brethren Evangelist, The (1974) (Volume 96) - Brethren Church, Ashland, Ohio

Keywords: Brethren Church (Ashland Group)--Periodicals
Downloads: 954
[texts]Conestogan (Volume 1986) - Elizabethtown College
The Elizabethtown College yearbook was known as the Etonian from 1922-1950; then changed its name to the Conestogan in 1951. No yearbook was published in 1929, or for the 1941-1942 academic year.
Keywords: Elizabethtown College yearbook
Downloads: 1,053
[texts]Inglenook, The (1906) (Volume Vol. 8 : No. 1-26) - Brethren Publishing House

Keywords: Church of the Brethren--Periodicals
Downloads: 516
[texts]Brethren Missionary Herald, The (1993) (Volume Vol. 55: No. 1-12) - Turner, Charles W.
The Brethren Missionary Herald was the magazine for the Fellowship of Grace Brethren Churches. Published from 1940 until 1996, it provided information about the national organizations of the fellowship, including foreign missions, home missions, Christian education, women's ministries, and Grace College and Seminary.
Keywords: National Fellowship of Brethren Churches--Missions--Periodicals; Fellowship of Grace Brethren Churches--Periodicals
Downloads: 2,862
[texts]Grace Theological Journal (1983) (Volume Vol. 4: No. 1-2) - Whitcomb, John C.
Grace Theological Journal is a publication of Grace Theological Seminary and contains articles of theological interest, the majority of which are written by the faculty of the Seminary.
Keywords: Theology--Periodicals; Fellowship of Grace Brethren Churches--Periodicals
Downloads: 1,079
[texts]History of the Church of the Brethren of the Eastern District of Pennsylvania - Eastern District of PA

Downloads: 4,441
[texts]Brethren Evangelist, The (1960) (Volume Vol. 82 : No. 1-50) - Benshoff, William St. Clair, 1914-1991
missing no. 46 (Conference Minutes of the Brethren Church)
Keywords: Church of the Brethren--Periodicals
Downloads: 1,044
[texts]Brethren Missionary Herald, The (1990) (Volume Vol. 52: No. 1-12) - Turner, Charles W.
The Brethren Missionary Herald was the magazine for the Fellowship of Grace Brethren Churches. Published from 1940 until 1996, it provided information about the national organizations of the fellowship, including foreign missions, home missions, Christian education, women's ministries, and Grace College and Seminary.
Keywords: National Fellowship of Brethren Churches--Missions--Periodicals; Fellowship of Grace Brethren Churches--Periodicals
Downloads: 889
[texts]Messenger (1969) (Volume Vol. 118: No. 1-26) - Morse, Kenneth I., 1913-1999
Messenger is the official magazine of the Church of the Brethren. It traces its beginnings to The Gospel Visitor, founded by Henry Kurtz in April 1851, in Poland, OH.
Keywords: Church of the Brethren--Periodicals
Downloads: 903
[texts]Gospel Messenger, The (1917) (Volume Vol. 66 No. 1-52) - Miller, D.L. (Daniel Long), 1841-1921; Frantz, Edward, 1868-1962
The Primitive Christian and The Brethren at Work consolidated into The Gospel Messenger in 1883 and became the official paper of the Church of the Brethren. The Gospel Messenger became The Messenger in 1965, and continues to be published by Brethren Press.
Downloads: 418
[texts]Gospel Messenger, The (1954) (Volume Vol. 103 No. 1-51) - Morse, Kenneth I., 1913-1999
The Primitive Christian and The Brethren at Work consolidated into The Gospel Messenger in 1883 and became the official paper of the Church of the Brethren. The Gospel Messenger became The Messenger in 1965, and continues to be published by Brethren Press.
Downloads: 374
[texts]Brethren Evangelist, The (1975) (Volume 97) - Brethren Church, Ashland, Ohio

Keywords: Brethren Church (Ashland Group)--Periodicals
Downloads: 908
[texts]Brethren Missionary Herald, The (1982) (Volume Vol. 44: No. 1-12) - Turner, Charles W.
The Brethren Missionary Herald was the magazine for the Fellowship of Grace Brethren Churches. Published from 1940 until 1996, it provided information about the national organizations of the fellowship, including foreign missions, home missions, Christian education, women's ministries, and Grace College and Seminary.
Keywords: National Fellowship of Brethren Churches--Missions--Periodicals; Fellowship of Grace Brethren Churches--Periodicals
Downloads: 1,016
[texts]Messenger (1966) (Volume Vol. 115: No. 1-26) - Morse, Kenneth I., 1913-1999
Messenger is the official magazine of the Church of the Brethren. It traces its beginnings to The Gospel Visitor, founded by Henry Kurtz in April 1851, in Poland, OH.
Keywords: Church of the Brethren--Periodicals
Downloads: 999
[texts]Gospel Messenger, The (1931) (Volume Vol. 80 No. 1-52) - Frantz, Edward, 1868-1962
The Primitive Christian and The Brethren at Work consolidated into The Gospel Messenger in 1883 and became the official paper of the Church of the Brethren. The Gospel Messenger became The Messenger in 1965, and continues to be published by Brethren Press.
Downloads: 536
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